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When individuals begin a divorce or family law matter, it can be a stressful experience. Many want the moral support from a close friend or family law matter. While this desire is natural in many ways, this episode discusses the risks involved. These risks involves the doctrines of attorney-client privilege, confidentiality and waiver.
This episode is based on an episode on Family Law Headquarters titled: Is it wise to bring another person to an initial consultation?
You can find out more about our firm by calling 1-855-805-0595 or by going to Famiy Law Attorneys in St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbia and Springfield.
When parties are on the verge or have filed for divorced and have children, what to tell the kids is a critical question that many struggle with in terms of what to say and what not to say. In this episode, we talk about this important topic. This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters called: What to tel your kids when you are getting divorced?
You can find out more information about this topic by calling 1-855-805-0595 or by calling our Divorce Lawyers in Missouri and Illinois.
While parties are going through a divorce, it can be much easier for many to focus on the present versus the future. In fousing on the present, parties can often say or do things that can inhibit the ability to have a cordial relelationship with your ex-spouse in the future.
This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: The importance of looking past your divorce. You can find out more information by calling a 1-855-805-0595 or by contacting our divorce lawyers in Kansas City and other areas in Missouri and Illinois.
Dr. G Paul Dempsey is a pediatrician and the medical director of Quinte Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine in Belleville, Ontario.
His other professional experience includes: Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Queen’s University in Kingston, Canada, Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada, and licensed in the Province of Ontario and the State of Maryland, Past President of the Quinte Health Care Professional Staff Association and previously Chief of Pediatrics at Quinte Health Care
Past Director, Quinte Health Care.
Quinte Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine is a community pediatric practice that provides medical care to infants, children and adolescents. Lead by pediatrician Dr. Gerald Paul Dempsey, they strive to provide expertise in medicine, timely service and up-to-date resources to our patients and to referring physicians. While they aren’t a primary care facility, they do offer a variety of services that you won’t find anywhere else.
Dr Dempsey sees patients that have been referred by physicians for medical consultation, our Special Kids, Special Care services, and Sport Medicine Clinic. As with medical consultation, his Special Kids, Special Care services for children with special needs are by hospital or physician referral only. Some of the conditions for which shared care would be an option include: cerebral palsy, congenital heart diseases, Down Syndrome and other genetic disorders, epilepsy and other problems.
In Special Kids, Special Care situations, patients continue ongoing primary care with their family doctor, while he assumes responsibility for monitoring and coordinating care of medical issues which require specialized training, or additional time not available to most family physicians. Ultimately each diagnosis has a different list of needs and as such the treatment options he handles vary on a case by case basis.
Most parties who are going through a divorce prefer to settle their case. To settle a divorce, the reality is that parties have to agree on a comprehensive settlement on all issues. For most, they assume this is easy. But in many cases, this is not easy at all.
In this episode, Kirk Stange, from Stange Law Firm, PC, talks about two contested issues that often result in a trial in a divorce. These two issues are child custody disputes and cases where the parties have differing viewpoints on spousal support (also known as maintenance or alimony).
As a follow-up to this episode you can listen to an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Two contested issues that can result in a divorce trial. You can also call 1-855-805-0595 for more information.
One of the most common question many ask when they begin a divorce or family law case is how long their family law case will take? Most want to know because they want a general idea in terms of what to expect. This episode discusses many of the variables that can come into play as it relates to the length of a case.
This episode is based on an article on Family Law Headquarters titlted: How long will my case take? You can find out more information on our Missouri and Illinois Divorce and Family Law Webpage or by calling 1-855-805-0595.
Ted Trent joins Life Lessons to share the story behind Belleville. This timely movie has intriguing ties to the racial unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. Don't miss this special Life Lessons show, hosted by Rick Tocquigny.
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It is vital that an attorney and client communicate effecitvely regarding their family law matter. In this episode, we will discuss some tips for effective communication with an attorney.
To find out more on this topic, you can read an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: How to keep communication effecitve with your attorney?
For more information, you can call us at 1-855-805-0595. You can also contact as at Missouri and Illinois Family Lawyers.
When parties are going through a divorce or child custody case, parties often communicate in writing. These communications can be by text, e-mail or through social media. When tensions are high, many can say things that may not reflect fondly upon them in the family court. In this episode, we will discuss this topic and how individuals can be politte and civil in written communication. You can also find out more by reading our article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Be Careful About Written Communications.
You can find about Stange Law Firm, PC by calling 1-855-805-0595 ir you can go to our page on St. Louis Divorce and Separation in Missouri and Illinois.
One of the most common questions people ask regarding divorce is whether they should file first. Many wonder whether there is an advantage or not in filing first or whether it matters. In this episode, we discuss this topic by going through the potential pros and cons in filing for divorce first.
To read more on this topic, you can read the article titled: Should I file my divorce first? You can also go to our webpage and red more on Divorce FAQs or you can call us at 1-855-805-0595.
Stange Law Firm, PC is a divorce and family law firm with offices in Missouri in St. Louis County, St. Charles County, Franklin County, Lincoln County, Jefferson County, Boone County and St. Louis City by appointment only. In Illinois, there are offices in St. Clair County, Madison County, Sangamon County and Monroe County by appointment only.
When parties file for divorce, they are almost always required to complete financial statements. The requirements can vary by state and locality. However, they usually entail listing the marital property and debt of the parties along with the alleged separate property. Parties also usually have to list their income and expenses. This generally takes place on a monthly basis. This episode talks about the importance of being thorough.
This episode is abused on an article on Family Law Headquarters titled: Fill out your financial statements thoroughly. You can also find out more on this topic by going to our page on Property and Debt Division in Divorce. You can also contact us at 1-855-805-0595.
Inidividuals often wonder whether calling characters witnesses will be pursuasive in their divorce or family law matters. Many consider calling their relative or their friends in the hope that this will sway the judge. This episode addresses whether this is generally pursuasive or not. You can read more on this topic in an article on www.familylawheadquarters.com titled: Are character witnesses important in family law cases? You can find out more about firm by going to our webpage on divorce and family law trials in Missouri and Illinois or by calling 1-855-805-0595.
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